The Mine Experience at the McCaw School of Mines Henderson, Nevada
Tune in for a virtual tour of the Mine Experience at the McCaw School of Mines, a replica of a mine with the Nevada Science Center. Come along in their journey as they tour the replica mine and check out equipment used in modern and historic mines. Learn about the mining industry and its importance to Nevada and western history and learn about careers in the mining industry.
*Free to attend, pre-registration Required*
Thank you Ralph Krauss from Edutainment Learning for co-organizing, moderating, and video editing!
National Fossil Day: Nevada’s First Dinosaur
Join the Nevada Science Center’s team as they celebrate National Fossil Day! Recently, paleontologists, Dr. Josh Bonde and Becky Hall from the Science Center unveiled the first named dinosaur species from the State of Nevada. Tune in for a fun unveiling and learn more about this dinosaur and others that roamed Nevada millions of years ago! Bring your questions for a live Q&A.
Recorded Virtual Field Trip can be found on Nevada’s Science Center’s YouTube
Thank you Ralph Krauss from Edutainment Learning for co-organizing, moderating and video editing. The Nevada’s Science Center is dedicated to bringing communities together through science education and research. We are a registered 501(c)(3), please inquire to help bring our mission to communities.
VFT: Tracking Careers in Paleontology
Join the Nevada Science Center as they explore careers in paleontology while also exploring the ecological history of Nevada. Presented in conjunction with PaleoWest Consultants, Dr. Josh Bonde and Becky Hall will discuss the different career paths in paleontology. They will be discussing what life was like in the Miocene epoch 5-8 million-years ago with some fossils discoveries! Come along virtually as they discuss the animals that lived in Nevada millions of years ago and compare that to our modern ecosystems.
If you missed it, all recoded events can be found on Nevada Science Center’s YouTube channel. Subscribe!
Thank you Paleowest for allowing us to collaborate.
Thank you Ralph Krauss from Edutainment Learning for being our co-organizing, moderator, and video editor.